This image will serve to give us an idea of quantum chaos. Imagine we watch a television channel. The particles are instructed on how to position themselves to form an image. Now let's imagine that we disconnect it, but the TV is still on. The particles stop receiving instructions and are placed as they want. They mess up, move freely and form the chaotic snow image on the screen. It is an imaginary experiment, not real - because there are many waves and radiations in the environment that send instructions - but it recreates the chaos of quantum physics.
From the first astronomers to Einstein the concept of Universe and reality has changed many times. But it was always a harmonic, orderly and predictable universe. No place for chance or chaos.
Since 1930, quantum physics is the last great revolution of scientific thought. Take down everything we thought we knew about the universe and reality. The world of subatomic particles is not ordered or predictable. You can only predict the probability of something happening. Chance exists. In addition, reality only becomes real in a certain way and not in another when we observe it.
As if this were not enough, some particles are instantly connected to each other, regardless of the physical space that exists between them. No matter that they are on opposite sides of the Cosmos, the transmission of information between them is instantaneous.
Quantum physics opens the doors to a new universe to explore.
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